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Under Cover Ale Works - Graeagle, CA

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The thread about north coast and sonoma county breweries prompted me to post about a brewery we recently found near Graeagle (northern Sierra - intersection of Hwy 70 and 89). Under Cover Ale Works is a small brewery that has been around for 1 year, just off Hwy 70, back a few hundred yards up a gravel road, in a beautiful pine grove. They brew mostly IPAs, which I am not big on, but others we were with were highly impressed. They also do a Saison, which I really liked. The place is very laid back, good people, nice atmosphere, chairs and benches for relaxing in the sun or under the pine trees.

So anybody who enjoys an good IPA who is in the area, check it out.

http://www.undercoveraleworks.com/

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